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O’Connor Leadership

Patrick O’Connor, MAI, Owner and President

Patrick O’Connor has been active in reducing property taxes, providing expert witness testimony and appraising commercial real estate property since 1983. Pat is active in publishing analyses and data with respect to the real estate market, while being a highly regarded media spokesperson for the real estate community. He holds a MAI, the highest achievable designation from the Appraisal Institute, and is a licensed senior property tax consultant. Pat earned a Master of Business Administration from Harvard University. In 2001, he authored the first definitive consumer guide to Texas property taxes, Cut Your Texas Property Taxes.


Kathleen O’Connor, Owner

On a conservative basis, Kathleen O’Connor manages the financial operations of the company. Working with outside accountants, Kathleen authorizes annual financial statements and projections. She monitors and reviews all expenditures, helps develop financial policies and procedures, and oversees payroll functions. Kathleen is a graduate of Baylor College, is a licensed Real Estate Broker and is very active in CREW. For more than twenty years, she has been an active participant in O’Connor, taking pride in its growth from a small firm to a company with a national reputation and more than 600 local and international employees


Mike Olivares, Chief Operating Officer

Mike has more than 25 years of consulting and operational management experience in the information technology, retail and real estate industries. Mike’s real estate background includes software consulting and federal tax reduction consulting. Previously, he served as national director of the Federal Tax Reduction department. In his role, Mike helped O’Connor analyze more than $15 billion in commercial and multifamily real estate while providing services and consultation in the areas of cost segregation, asset abandonment, bonus depreciation, qualified leasehold improvement, tenant improvement allocation, purchase price allocation, casualty loss, capital gains and 1031 exchange analysis. He is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin.

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